Nokia 6300: Advanced Mobile Technology Made Easy

By: Samuel Herrick

The Nokia 6300 phone is an excellent all rounder in a slim and tall frame. The handset is mere 11.7 mm thick which makes the Nokia 6300 one of the slimmest Nokia mobile phone. The handset is equally lightweight at just a shed over 90 grams. An all stainless steel body with black elements gives the handset a simple yet sophisticated look. Silver shine with mysterious black exudes the highest level of style without being loud and flashy. This is one of the main reasons for the Nokia 6300's rapid climb in the charts.

Its highly tactile keypad is placed beneath the rectangular frame of the screen. The handset's display is about 2 inches, capable for producing more than 16.7 million colours across 240x320 pixels. Be it holding out information, screen for video playback or viewfinder for the built in camera - the TFT based screen is second to none. The Nokia 6300 has a 2.0 mega-pixel camera with 8x Digital Zoom and integrated flash. The camera is equipped with video shooting abilities. It even supports Video Streaming and runs visuals on Macromedia Flash Life 2.0.

Connectivity options of the Nokia 6300 phone are designed for busy professionals. Apart from seamless voice connectivity across continents via tri-band GSM network support, this stunner from the global leader is a master at mobile internet via GPRS and EDGE technology. Exchanging information locally with compatible devices via Bluetooth or USB is quick and easy. Many other important tools and applications are found aplenty on the Nokia 6300, making it one of the strongest tool in communication. The Nokia 6300 phone has highly evolved music functionality. Built in media player is capable of playing songs in almost all formats. It has an FM Stereo Radio to connect your desired FM radio station.

The strength of the Nokia 6300 lies in its performance in whatever you do - work, play or just show it off.

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